With daunting headlines and emotional stories, sometimes the news hurts people. Many Pepperdine students have found themselves in the breaking news spotlight during events such as the Borderline shooting and PCH car crashes, when some experienced insensitive encounters with the media.
Following the university’s decision to suspend the Florence program, the other European international programs and DC program’s travels are canceled.
Photos by Milan Loiacono Outstretched arms. Cheering adoration. Everyone dressed in their Sunday best. What worshippers do during Sunday morning services looks surprisingly similar to what sports fans do during Sunday afternoon football games. Both sports and religion build community and shared identity, and both require dedication and sacrifice, said Craig Forney, religion professor at […]
The Final Preview for Seaver Films’ Latest Documentary
A Chapter By Chapter Preview of Chapters 5-8 of the Seaver Films Documentary
Seaver Films goes behind closed doors with Women’s Beach Volleyball
Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball lost in three sets to undefeated BYU on Tuesday
The Pepperdine intramural and club sports programs look to get students involved no matter their skill level
Pepperdine Men’s Basketball continues to add more talent, welcoming former Oregon Duck standouts Keith Smith and M.J. Cage
Incoming freshmen Kessler Edwards fulfills lifelong dream by joining redshirt junior, brother Kameron Edwards, on the Pepperdine Men’s Basketball team.